An Enemy of the People Tickets and Dates
Duke of York's Theatre, London
Tickets For An Enemy Of The People In London’s West End Now On Sale!
Matt Smith returns to the West End in Thomas Ostermeier’s bold reimagining of Henrik Ibsen’s An Enemy of the People. Playing for a strictly limited run from 6 February at the Duke of York’s Theatre. Don’t miss out on this iconic theatrical experience, book today!
About Henrik Ibsen’s An Enemy Of The People
An Enemy of the People (originally titled En folkefiende) was written by Henrik Ibsen in 1882 as a 5 act play. It follows a doctor who battles against a court of public opinion when he discovers that the water in his town’s famous local baths are contaminated.
It was adapted by Arthur Miller in the 1950s starring Academy Award winner Fredric March and his wife Florence Eldridge. It was subsequently made into a movie in 1978 starring Steve McQueen, and a BBC TV drama in 1980 with Robert Urquhart as the lead.
Thomas Ostermeier’s interactive re-imagining was originally staged at the Schaubühne in Berlin in 2012, before running in German at the Barbican in London in 2014. This new production, performed for the first time in English, will mark Thomas Ostermeier’s West End debut.
An Enemy Of The People Cast And Creatives
House of the Dragon, The Crown and Doctor Who star Matt Smith will feature in the title role of Dr Stockmann. The cast also includes Jessica Brown Findlay (Uncle Vanya) as Katharina Stockmann, Priyanga Burford (Rapture) as Aslaksen, Zachary Hart (Julius Caesar) as Billing, Paul Hilton (Othello) as Peter Stockmann, Nigel Lindsay (The Lehman Trilogy) as Morten Kiil, and Subham Saraf (The Father and the Assassin) as Hovstad.
The creative teams includes Henrik Ibsen as the writer, conception and direction by Thomas Ostermeier, co-adaption by Florian Borchmeyer, set design by Jan Pappelbaum, costume design by Natasha Jenkins, lighting design by Urs Schönebaum, and sound design by Ben & Max Ringham.
Get Your Tickets For An Enemy Of The People Starring Matt Smith Today
See Henrik Ibsen’s iconic play like never before, book your tickets with See Tickets today!
Booking Period: until 13 April 2024
Performance Times: Monday to Saturday 7.30pm, Wednesday & Saturday 2pm
Running Time: 2 hours 15 minutes (including interval)
Age Restriction: 12 and over
Access Performances: Audio Described 19 March 2024 at 7.30pm, Captioned 21 March 2024 at 7.30pm,
Venue: Duke of York's Theatre, St Martin's Ln, London WC2N 4BG
Photography: Manuel Harlan